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Newt Gingrich Calls the Mueller Probe What it REALLY Is

Now that the Mueller probe is finally winding down, more and more people are coming out with their opinion on the investigation. The consensus is, it’s a load of bull.

The investigation got it’s official start shortly after the results of the 2016 presidential election came in, not too long after Hilary Clinton challenged Trump to accept the result when he inevitably lost.

Now, after just over two years, we have an ongoing federal investigation against a sitting president that has produced no evidence of collusion, and has actually turned up loads of evidence against Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee.

There’s the former British spy, Christopher Steele, who was paid by Fusion GPS, a tech company in the employ of the DNC, to create the pee-pee gate dossier. That dossier was first published by the clickbait-digital-tabloid, Buzzfeed — and virtually no one else.

Later, we found out that Clinton has collaborated with Russian nationals to deliver a significant portion of the United States’ uranium stockpile to the Russian government.

Of course, this kind of thing goes on for pages. Needless to say, we’re still talking about the Russia probe and not a Clinton indictment. Weird world, eh? But that’s all changing now. Talk of real indictments of Hillary Clinton is becoming more common, and Don Lemon is continually less excited about the Russia probe and more excited about rum.

Now, the insubstantial nature of Mueller’s big project is becoming universally obvious. Here’s Fox News and Newt Gingrich with his take on the Russia/Trump investigation.

~ Liberty Video News


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